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Happiness Hill (1932)

by Grace Livingston Hill

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Jane Arleth's mountain vacation is cut short by news that both her parents have been sick back home. Anxious to help but sad to leave a rare chance to relax for the hard times ahead, Jane returns to the city. She soon discovers that there's only one cure for her ailing parents: some much-deserved, cooling time away from the scorching city. So Jane rents a tiny cottage on the beach, hoping for the best. And the summer changes Jane's life forever.… (more)
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Jane Arleth sat slowly down upon the extreme edge of her Pullman chair, and looked hungrily out to the tiny mountain station she had just left.
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Jane Arleth's mountain vacation is cut short by news that both her parents have been sick back home. Anxious to help but sad to leave a rare chance to relax for the hard times ahead, Jane returns to the city. She soon discovers that there's only one cure for her ailing parents: some much-deserved, cooling time away from the scorching city. So Jane rents a tiny cottage on the beach, hoping for the best. And the summer changes Jane's life forever.

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